HDAS

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HDASHistorical Dictionary of American Slang (Random House)
HDASHealth Dialog Analytic Solutions (Boston, MA)
HDASHuddersfield and District Archaeological Society (UK)
HDASHydrographic Data Acquisition System
HDASHelp Desk Automation System
HDASHillingdon Design and Accessibility Statement (UK; land development)
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Exhibitors include Chris Makepeace Historical Maps, Friends of Tolson and Ravensknowle Museum, Calderdale Family History Society, Family and Community Historical Research Society, Kirklees Local Studies Library, Huddersfield Local History Society, Holme Valley Civic Society - Local History Group, Huddersfield and District Archaeological Society, Alzheimer's Research Support Group (Huddersfield), West Yorkshire Archive Service (Kirklees), Honley Civic Society and Colne Valley Museum.
The Huddersfield and District Archaeological Society (HDAt S) has been studying, exploring and recording the archaeology of the Huddersfield area since 1956, covering prehistory, the Roman and Medieval periods and the archaeology of the recent past.
Research by Huddersfield and District Archaeological Society insisted there was an active military and civilian settlement at Slack for almost 400 years.
ARCHAEOGENETICS and Human Ancestry' is the title of the next lecture for the Huddersfield and District Archaeological Society.
HUDDERSFIELD and District Archaeological Society (HDAS) continues its successful lecture series with a talk on chariot racing.
HUDDERSFIELD and District Archaeological Society kicks off its new season with a lecture on Roman temples next Friday.
EGYPTIANS in Yorkshire is the title of the next lecture by Huddersfield and District Archaeological Society.
Organised by Huddersfield and District Archaeological Society, y the talk will be given by expert Dr Glenn Foard, reader in battlefield archaeology at Huddersfield University.
HUDDERSFIELD and District Archaeological Society has organised a free lecture on Castleshaw Forts.
Huddersfield and District Archaeological Society claims numerous sites of historical interest are under threat, along with large swathes of green fields and the rural landscape as we know it.
The series has been organised by the Huddersfield and District Archaeological Society on October 7.
But dedicated enthusiasts from Huddersfield and District Archaeological Society now believe that there was an active military and civilian settlement at Slack for at least another 200 years.